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Early life He was born on the eighteenth of May, 1920 in Wadowice. His real name was Karol Wojtyła. His mother died when he was only eight. When he was a boy, he loved playing football.
University years He finished secondary school in 1938 and then he studied at Jagiellonian University.
And they loved him!!! When he was a priest, he loved spending time with young people.
Pope John Paul II. On the sixteenth of October 1978 he became a Pope. People in Poland were really happy.
Travelling As a Pope he travelled all over the world. He met with people, talked to them and laughed with them..
Our friend He loved spending time with children and young people from different countries!!
He wrote a lot of books! You should read at least one of them!
The last day… He died on the second of April 2005 at 9.37 p.m.
The funeral The funeral was on the eighth of April 2005. Thousand s of people came to be with the Pope on that day.
We will always remember him… John Paul II Pupils from Prusinowice, Poland
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